Publikationen

In Preparation

 

Deininger, M., McDermott, F., Cruz, F.W., Bernal, J.P., Mudelsee, M., Frank, N., Vonhof, H., Millo, C., Treble, P., Spötl. C. Persistent inter-hemispheric synchroneity of Holocene precipitation anomalies in Europe and South America. Nature Geoscience (to be submitted to).
 

Deininger, M., McDermott, F. Teleconnection of Holocene atmospheric climate variability is linked to meridional temperature contrasts.
 

Submitted and Under Review
 

Deininger, M., Scholz, D. ISOLUTION 1.0: an ISOtope evoLUTION model describing the stable oxygen (δ18O) and carbon (δ13C) isotope values of speleothems. International Journal of Speleology.
 

Weber, M., Scholz, D., Schröder-Ritzrau, A., Deininger, M., Spötl, C., Lugli, F., Mertz-Kraus, R., Jochum, K.P., Fohlmeister, J., Stumpf, C.F., Riechelmann, D. Exceptionally warm and humid climate in central Europe during MIS 3 (52-43 ka) revealed by a multi-proxy speleothem record.
 

Atsawawaranunt, K., Comas-Bru, L., Amirnezhad Mozhdehi, S., Deininger, M., Harrison, S.P., Baker, A., Boyd, M., Kaushal, N., Masood Ahmad, S., Ait Brahim, Y., Arienzo, M., Bajo, P., Braun, K., Burstyn, Y., Chawchai, S., Duan, W., Hatvani, I.G., Hu, J., Kern, Z., Labuhn, I., Lachniet, M., Lechleiter, F.A., Lorrey, A., Pérez-Mejías, C., Pickering, R., Scroxton, N., and SISAL Working Group Members. The SISAL database: a global resource to document oxygen and carbon isotope records from speleothems. Earth System Science Data (under review).

 

2018

 

Stinnesbeck, W., Frey, E., Hering, F., Zell, P., Avilés, J., Frank, N., Arps, J., Geenen, A., Gescher, J., Isenbeck-Schröter, M., Ritter, S., Stinnesbeck, S., Aceves Núñez, E., González Gonzálezh, A., Deininger, M. (2018). Hells Bells – unique speleothems from the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico, generated under highly specific subaquatic conditions. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology.

2017

Deininger, M., McDermott, F., Mudelsee, M., Werner, M., Frank, N., Mangini, A. (2017). Coherency of European speleothem δ18O records linked to North Atlantic ocean circulation. Climate Dynamics, 49(1), 595-618.

 

Stinnesbeck, W., Becker, J., Hering, F., Frey, E., González, A., Fohlmeister, J., Stinnesbeck, S. R., Frank, N., Terrazas, A., Benavente, M. E., Avilés Olguin, J., Avévez Nuñez, E., Zell, P., Deininger, M. (2017). The earliest settlers of Mesoamerica date back to the late Pleistocene. PLoS ONE, 12(8): e0183345.

 

Millo, C., Strikis, N.M., Vonhof, H.B., Deininger, M., Cruz, F.W., Wang, X., Cheng, H., Lawrence Edwards, L.R. (2017). Last Glacial and Holocene stable isotope record of fossil drip water from subtropical Brazil based on analysis of fluid inclusions in stalagmites. Chemical Geology, 468, 84-96.

2016

Deininger, M., Werner, M. & McDermott, F. (2016). North Atlantic Oscillation controls on oxygen and hydrogen isotope sgradients in winter precipitation across Europe; implications for palaeoclimate studies. Climate of the Past, 12, 2127–2143.

 

Bernal, J. P., Cruz, F.W., Stríkis, N., Catunda, MC, Ortega-Obregón, C., Wang, X., Deininger, M., Cheng, H., Edwards, R.L., Auler, A.S. (2016). High-resolution Holocene South American monsoon history recorded by a speleothem from Botuverá Cave, Brazil. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 450, 186-196.

 

Bustamante, M.G., Cruz, F.W., Vuille, M., Strikis, N., Apaéstegui, J., Deininger, M., Sifeddine, A., Cheng, H., Moquet, J.S., Guyot, V.F., Edwards, R. L. (2016). Holocene changes in monsoon precipitation in the Andes of NE Peru based on δ18O speleothem records. Quaternary Science Reviews, 146, 274-287.

 

Moquet, J.S., Cruz, F.W., Novello, V.F., Strikis, N.M., Deininger, M., Karmann, I., Ventura Santos, R., Millot, C., Apaestegui, J., Guyot, J.-L., Siffedine, A., Vuille, M., Cheng, H., Edwards, L., Santini, W. (2016). Calibration of speleothem δ18O records against hydroclimate instrumental records in Central Brazil. Global and Planetary Change, 139, 151-164.

2015

Böhm, E., Lippold, J., Gutjahr, M., Frank, M., Blaser, P., Antz, B., Fohlmeister, J., Frank, N., Andersen, M.B., Deininger, M. (2015). Strong and deep Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation during the last glacial cycle. Nature, 517(7532), 73-76.

2014

Dreybrodt, W., Deininger, M. (2014). The impact of evaporation to the isotope composition of DIC in calcite precipitating water films in equilibrium and kinetic fractionation models. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 125, 433-439.

2013

 

Riechelmann, D. F., Deininger, M., Scholz, D., Riechelmann, S., Schröder-Ritzrau, A., Spötl, C., Immenhauser, A. (2013). Disequilibrium carbon and oxygen isotope fractionation in recent cave calcite: Comparison of cave precipitates and model data. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 103, 232-244.

 

Orvosová, M., Deininger, M., Milovsky, R. (2013). Permafrost occurrence during the Last Permafrost Maximum in the Western Carpathian Mountains of Slovakia as inferred from cryogenic cave carbonate. Boreas, 43(3), 750-758.

2012

 

Deininger, M., Fohlmeister, J., Scholz, D., Mangini, A. (2012). Isotope disequilibrium effects: The influence of evaporation and ventilation effects on the carbon and oxygen isotope composition of speleothems–A model approach. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 96, 57-79.

 

Žák, K., Richter, D. K., Filippi, M., Živor, R., Deininger, M., Mangini, A., Scholz, D. (2012). Coarsely crystalline cryogenic cave carbonate – a new archive to estimate the Last Glacial minimum permafrost depth in Central Europe. Climate of the Past, 8, 1821-1837.

 

Wassenburg, J. A., Immenhauser, A., Richter, D. K., Jochum, K. P., Fietzke, J., Deininger, M., and Sabaoui, A. (2012). Climate and cave control on Pleistocene/Holocene calcite-to-aragonite transitions in speleothems from Morocco: Elemental and isotopic evidence. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 92, 23-47.

2011

 

Schimpf, D., Kilian, R., Kronz, A., Spötl, C., Wörner, G., Deininger, M., Mangini, A. (2011). The significance of chemical, isotopic and detrital components in three coeval stalagmites from the superhumid southernmost Andes (53°S) as high-resolution paleo-climate proxies. Quaternary Science Reviews, 30, 443-459.